Skip to comments.Daily Presidential Tracking Poll (R 49 O 48)
Posted on 11/06/2012 5:23:20 AM PST by CaptainK
The final Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll of Election 2012 shows Mitt Romney attracting support from 49% of voters nationwide, while President Obama earns the vote from 48%. Two percent (2%) prefer some other candidate. See daily tracking history.
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Both candidates are viewed favorably by 50% of voters nationwide.
When it comes to the economy, 50% trust Romney more, while 47% have more confidence in the president.
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It is all about turnout at this time. Folks, if you have any Republican friends or family, make sure they vote. All my family is Democrats, and my Republican friends are going to crawl over glass to vote today. Its GOTV or Die.
47% view Obama more favorably on the economy. These people are certifiable idiots. What needs to happen to the economy to get them to change their minds?
It just goes to show you that our government run schools hae failed miserably.
Please tell them election day is next Tuesday!
They are the 47 Romney so correctly pointed out. The govt. is great when you are getting free money.
I would like to know who the are polling to get that number?
I’ll take a 1 point win.
A win is still a win!
Ras is more accurate than Intrade and the damned Silver!
This is his final poll of the 2012 election. I like our chances today!
The 47% are living off of the Government is some way.
47% There’s that number again!
47% There’s that number again!
This is the dirty little secret the pollsters are hiding when they talk about an 08 type of turnout, they hope that White voters stay home.
They are viewing this as a racial election but won't say so.
I’ll take a 1 point win in Virginia and Ohio. That is all that matters, not the national popular vote.
Delusion Day is here, America, The nation is about to select either a President, or return a pResident to the Oval Office.
It would be nice to have our country back again.
But if the election should prove inconclusive, perhaps there should be action started to separate the “red” America and the “blue” America.
Much like, when the British Empire was breaking up, the provinces of India were divided into the Hindu and Muslim parts, becoming the Republic of India, Pakistan (East and West), and a few splinter states like Sri Lanka and Nepal.
East Pakistan eventually became Bangladesh, as it was impossible to govern the two widely separated regions as one country. Eastern “blue” America would be likewise be widely separated from western “blue” America.
But there would be a single contiguous country lying between.
I am with you. If this election fails, I don’t see how we ever recover as one nation. The only thing that might do it is if Obama in his second term presides over total collapse of the economy, and we have someone that steps in as a Reagan or Washington like leadership position and gets passed the media noise.
This election is so close that it will be won by voter fraud and there is no way to stop it with Obama and Holder in power.
We cannot expect the Americans to jump from Capitalism to Communism, but we can assist their elected leaders in giving Americans small doses of Socialism until they suddenly awake to find they have Communism.
- Soviet Leader Nikita Khrushchev, 1959.
Average the two and the problem is, you come out with a 72 percent white vote, even less than 2008.
If that’s right, Obama wins, period.
Say hello to 4 more years.
The White vote will excede that and Obama is gone.